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My first attempt at using SQL Management Studio 2012 Deploy to Azure failed with...

One or more unsupported elements were found in the schema used as part of a data package.
Error SQL71564: The element Extended Property: [dbo].[Asset].[Asset$CatalogId].[MS_SSMA_SOURCE] is not supported when used as part of a data package (.bacpac file).
Error SQL71564: The element Extended Property: [dbo].[Asset].[Asset$Identifier].[MS_SSMA_SOURCE] is not supported when used as part of a data package (.bacpac file).
Error SQL71564: The element Extended Property: [dbo].[Asset].[Asset$InstallerPersonId].[MS_SSMA_SOURCE] is not supported when used as part of a data package (.bacpac file).

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